Winter Restoration and Stewardship at Skyway Park

January 28 @ 9:00 am 12:00 pm

Come join King County Parks and West Hill Action Mob for a day stewarding and restoring Skyway Park.

Skyway Park is located in the West Hill community, an unincorporated urban area on Lake Washington. There are three wetlands in the park that function as the headwaters of Taylor Creek a salmon-bearing stream that passes through Seattle’s Deadhorse Canyon and enters Lake Washington. Skyway Park is 23 acres and has baseball fields an informal football/soccer field a playground basketball and tennis courts.

The site address takes you to a house near the park entrance. Meeting location is near the covered picnic shelter – keep an eye out for the King County Volunteer signs.


(206) 477-6101 (Lina Rose, Volunteer Program Manager)

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7032 S 120th Pl
Seattle, Washington 98178 United States
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